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Antonyms for coordination

the skillful and effective interaction of movements

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the regulation of diverse elements into an integrated and harmonious operation

the grammatical relation of two constituents having the same grammatical form

being of coordinate importance, rank, or degree

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* Invite all stakeholders to provide input on aligning communication and collaboration between current resources to improve care coordination and transition management.
Kurdistan Regional Government?s (KRG) Ministry of Interior inaugurated its Joint Crisis Coordination Centre (JCC), mandated by the Council of Ministers in January 2015.
Peters presents students, academics, researchers, and working professionals in a wide variety of contexts with an investigation of best practices in managing policy and administrative coordination. The author has organized the main body of his text in six chapters focused on the coordination problem, barriers to coordination, approaches to understanding coordination, the instruments of coordination, case studies in coordination, and when coordination may not be the best possible solution.
In 2012 the American Nurses Association (ANA) published The Value of Nursing Care Coordination. This white paper identifies at least 12 positive outcomes related to nurses delivering care coordination.
Munir Goraya, said this while presiding over a recently held day-long meeting on "National Coordination in Horticultural Crops" with senior scientists of federal and provincial coordinated units and institutions at here.
The civil-military coordination workshop on disaster management was organized by Qatar's Special Operations Group of Internal Security Force (Lekhwiya) in coordination with the UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).
During the construction stage, a contractor has to continuously coordinate work with relevant parties to move the project forward and must adjust the content and frequency of coordination methods in response to changes, such as changes in design or site conditions.
The rule also creates new payment codes for "care coordination" activities performed by RNs that reduce costs and improve patient outcomes, increasing likelihood of direct reimbursement for these services and potentially creating more RN jobs to fill this need.
To what extent can donor coordination cut costs and improve the allocation of aid?
Children who spend more than three-quarters of their time engaging in sedentary behavior, such as watching television and sitting at computers, have up to nine times poorer motor coordination than their more active peers, reveals a study in the American Journal of Human Biology.
The federal government, health care insurers and other health care financing systems should acknowledge the central role of RNs in providing effective care coordination services, according to a position statement from the American Nurses Association (ANA).
ERIC Descriptors: Self Evaluation (Groups); Technical Institutes; Governance; Program Effectiveness; Community Colleges; Administrative Organization; Organizational Effectiveness; Case Studies; Improvement Programs; Coordination; Statewide Planning; Governing Boards; Educational Policy; Educational Finance; Public Agencies; Agency Role; Systems Approach; Strategic Planning; Politics of Education; Educational Environment; Policy Formation; Adult Education; Institutional Mission; Economic Factors; Questionnaires; Program Descriptions
WNA's 2011 Reference, Care Coordination and Nurses Role, identifies two recommendations for WNA to address.
The Azerbaijani National Olympic Committee held a final meeting of the Coordination Commission dedicated to the preparatory work in connection with the 15th Summer European Youth Olympic Festival, which will start in Baku on July 21,Trendreports with reference to the Ministry of Youth and Sports of the country.
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